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Fremtidens utfordringer for Europas helsevesen

29. september arrangerte European Policy Centre et seminar om fremtidens utfordringer for Europas helsevesen. Med innledere fra blant annet Europakommisjonen, Verdens Helseorganisasjon og næringslivet fikk deltakerne et mangfoldig innblikk i hvilke helsemessige utfordringer, og muligheter, Europa står ovenfor i de kommende årene. 463 more words


5 Major Developments Will Offer a Boost to Tampa’s Economy

Tampa’s economic development efforts are paying off as more businesses are moving into the area, creating jobs and spurring economic growth. Officials note that the caliber of the companies moving into the… 763 more words


Johnson & Johnson's Values Guide CSR

In our household of three boys, Johnson & Johnson is a familiar brand. But what I didn’t know about the company—which may be best known for Band-Aids®, baby powder and Tylenol®—was that it practiced corporate social responsibility long before the term existed. 646 more words

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Philippines program provided 800,000+ women maternal health education and care

CARD Mutually Reinforcing Institutions (CARD MRI), the Microcredit Summit Campaign, and Freedom from Hunger announced that under the “Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies” program, some 800,000 women have received maternal health education in the past 5 months and 3600 women have received healthcare in the past 12 months. 904 more words


"We are trained to Misinform"

“We are trained to Misinform.”

Ex-Big Pharma Sales Rep Speaks Out About The Deception In The Pharmaceutical Industry

There is no such thing as a safe drug. 1,899 more words

Dairygold's Niall Sheehan discusses why Cork makes good business sense

Ahead of Niall Sheehan, Head of Property at Dairygold’s trip to the fDi Forum in London on September 24th, he took some time out to share his thoughts with us on why Cork makes good business sense… 719 more words

Johnson & Johnson Finally Admits: Their Baby Products Contain Cancer-Causing Chemicals

“Children are our future” as Whitney Houston sang so passionately in the mid 80s. If this is true (and it most definitely is), why are trusted corporations, headed by mothers and fathers just like you and me, selling potentially cancer-causing baby products? 7,001 more words